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Opening: 'THAW' by Eamon Colman

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Opening: 'THAW' by Eamon Colman

Friday 3rd August saw Eamon Colman return to Oriel Q Gallery, Narberth to open his new exhibition 'THAW'. This show has been highly anticipated and did not disappoint. Below are some images of the Opening; many thanks to David Street for documenting the evening. 

Please click HERE for more information on Eamon's current exhibition at Oriel Q; HERE for details on his forthcoming talk at Oriel Q on 15th September 2018.

Eamon Colman stands in front of ' The Poet's House'

Eamon Colman stands in front of 'The Poet's House'

Groups of attendees gather to discuss the work

Groups of attendees gather to discuss the work

Contemplating the piece,  'Autocumulus clouds blow dreaming to alititude'

Contemplating the piece, 'Autocumulus clouds blow dreaming to alititude'

Lynne Crompton and Eamon Colman in conversation

Lynne Crompton and Eamon Colman in conversation

Reflecting on 'The Poet's House'

Reflecting on 'The Poet's House'

Eamon Colman's exhibition is open until September 15th 2018 and will culminate in a talk delivered by Eamon himself. Join us here at Oriel Q at 2pm; all are very welcome and refreshments will be available 


Exhibiting alongside Eamon Colman is Leigh Sinclair with his bold semi-abstract print paintings which play around with allegory, pattern line & colour. Please click HERE for more info.  


Georgina Hughes is also exhibiting her photographic series 'Memento Mori' on The Stairs here at Oriel Q, her photographs playing close attention to the detail and exquisite beauty in the minutiae along with personal significance within objects. please click HERE for further details.


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John Selway: Peter Pan and Other Narrative Stories

The opening of John Selway's show by Clive Hicks Jenkins was a great success at Oriel Q on Saturday (09-09/2017). With thanks to David Street, who is also showing at Oriel Q, for these wonderful photos.

Clive Hicks Jenkins opened the exhibition with an interesting talk about the dark side of
J. M. Barrie's book Peter Pan. He also commented on how well respected John Selway is with so many other artists and well known people at the opening. 


In Oriel Fach, the limited edition prints from John's use of the Auto Pro Draw App on a Samsung tablet give us an insight into how well new technology can be used in artist's hands.


Roedd agor sioe John Selway gan Clive Hicks Jenkins yn llwyddiant ysgubol yn Oriel Q ddydd Sadwrn (09-09 / 2017). Gyda diolch i David Street, sydd hefyd yn dangos yn Oriel Q, am y lluniau gwych hyn.

Agorodd Clive Hicks Jenkins yr arddangosfa gyda sgwrs ddiddorol am ochr dywyll Aberystwyth Llyfr J. M. Barrie Peter Pan. Dywedodd hefyd am ba mor dda y mae John Selway wedi'i barch â chynifer o artistiaid eraill a phobl adnabyddus yn yr agoriad.

Yn Oriel Fach, mae'r printiadau cyfyngedig o ddefnydd John o'r App Auto Draw Draw ar dabled Samsung yn rhoi cipolwg inni ar ba mor dda y gellir defnyddio technoleg newydd yn nwylo'r artist.

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